Education has failed in a very serious way to convey the most important lesson science can teach: skepticism
We're in a giant car heading towards a brick wall and everyones arguing over where they're going to sit.
We must reinvent a future free of blinders so that we can choose from real options.
The human brain now holds the key to our future. We have to recall the image of the planet from outer space: a single entity in which air, water, and continents<br/>are interconnected. That is our home.
In the environmental movement . . . every time you lose a battle it's for good, but our victories always seem to be temporary and we keep fighting them over and over again.
It's time we stopped ignoring the environment, ... Let's not let another election go by without making this a high priority.
The Canada we see in this report does not reflect the one we hold in our hearts, ... Canadians expect more and they expect better. We should be outraged that we are among the worst in the industrialized world.
Our personal consumer choices have ecological, social, and spiritual consequences. It is time to re-examine some of our deeply held notions that underlie our lifestyles.
The question is whether we're going to start taking the steps now to avoid the really big jumps that are in store if we don't do something now.
With the growing urgency of climate change, we cannot have it both ways. We cannot shout from the rooftops about the dangers of global warming and then turn around and shout even louder about the dangers of windmills.
We now have access to so much information that we can find support for any prejudice or opinion.
f one day I look out from my cabin's porch and see a row of windmills spinning in the distance, I won't curse them. I will praise them. It will mean we are finally getting somewhere.